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Saturday, May 26, 1894 E.E. Sherley and Miss Lula Rohwelder was married at the Oklahoma House Thursday evening. Mulhall Enterprise
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Debby Cook
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Saturday, July 14, 1894 Married: - John McCune and Miss Delia Ragedale were married in Stillwater last Sunday evening. The young couple have gone to housekeeping in this city. The groom is a well known and worthy young gentlemen who has lived in Mulhall for some time, and has a host of friends here who will join with The Enterprise in wishing him and his fair young bride all the happiness this world affords. Mulhall Enterprise
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Debby Cook
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Saturday, July 14, 1894 On June 30, 1894 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Boyles occurred the marriage of Dr. John H. Stanton, of this city, and Mrs. Gertrude E. Aughey, of Mulhall, Oklahoma Territory, Rev. W.C. Atwood, of the Presbyterian church officiating. The affair was of a very quiet nature, relatives only being present, and the event of the marriage was somewhat of a surprise to the many friends of this worthy couple. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. J.E. Stanton and he has lived in Chariton since childhood. He is so well and favorably known throughout Lucas county that words of commendation are not necessary suffice it to say that he stands very high in the estimation of the public generally, and is regarded as one of the city's best young men and most eminent practicing physicians.

The bride is not a stranger in Chariton and will be remembered as the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John H. Aughey who formerly resided in this city Mr. Aughey having been pastor of the Presbyterian church about seven years ago. She is an estimable young lady cultured and refined and possessed of many noble traits of character. For the past three years she has been a mission teacher under the Board of Mission of the Presbyterian Church. During two years she taught at Ardmore and Pauls Valley, Indian Territory and during last year she was teacher of the mission school in San Luis, Colorado. She expects to leave in a few days for a visit with her parents in Oklahoma before settling down to domestic life. During her former residence in Chariton she won innumerable friends, by her sweet and amiable disposition, who are highly pleased to learn that she will again become a resident of this city. Congratulations are being showered upon Dr. and Mrs. Stanton and the Patriot takes pleasure in being numbered among their friends and wishes them a long life fraught with as much happiness as falls to the lot of mortals. (Chariton (Iowa) Patriot.
Mulhall Enterprise
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Debby Cook
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June 4, 1896 Charles E. Roe and Miss Ella Hunter The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 7, 1896 A delightful wedding took place at 664 N. Division street last Wednesday by which Capt D. E. Bennett and Lieut Wretling were united in marriage. Capt Bennett is well known to the people of Guthrie, he having been connected with the Salvation Army work in this city some time ago. The bride is an ex-Salvation Army officer, and is highly spoked of by those who have had the pleasure of her acquaintance. The young people are now commissioned officers in the Ballington Booth American Volunteers, and will drum up a post here in a few weeks. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 18, 1896 Mr. J. R. Hirzel and Miss Belle Downen, both of this city, were united in marriage by Rev. L. H. Holt last evening. The groom is well and favorably known to almost every person in Guthrie, he having been a resident of this city for several years and is presently in the grocery business. The bride is not so well known, but stands high with all who have the pleasure of her acquaintance. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 27, 1896 Married Wednesday at 7 o'clock p m, June 24, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs F. A. Rinehardt, one mile east of town, Mr Manley T. Hurlbut and Miss Gracie B. Rhinehart. The ceremony took place on the lawn and was performed by Rev. W. A. Humphrey in the presence of a large crowd of family and friends of the contracting couple. Mr. Hurlbut is the local manager of the Western Union Telegraph company and one of the most worthy young men in Guthrie. The bride is a handsome and accomplished young lady and possesses all the womanly graces and attributes which are to be found in a model wife. The happy couple will go to housekeeping at once and start on their voyage with the best wishes of their hosts of friends. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 3, 1896 Fred Padgham and Miss Dela Willis were married yesterday by Justice Herwit of Springer township. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 4, 1896 At Oklahoma City, Probate Judge Harper performed the marriage ceremony yesterday that made one happy John A Davis and Miss Maud Burch of this city. Both parties are well and favorably known, Miss Burch having a territorial reputation as an elocutionist and musician. The marriage occurred in the parlors of the Hotel Thomson, and the bride and groom have returned to this city. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 14, 1896 George Kendall, of this city, was quietly married to Miss Belle McCoy at the home of her parents in Garfield county and left last Saturday for Kansas City and the east. George is in luck and so is the lady. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 14, 1896 Dr. E. O. Barker and Miss Darland were quietly married at the elegant home of Mr and Mrs W. M. Spurlock on Cleveland avenue last evening in the presence of the family and a few intimate friends, Rev J D M Buckner of the M E church officiating. The groom is one of Guthrie's early day residents and a leading physician of the city: The bride has visited at the Sprulock home for several months, is a charming lady, and has won hosts of friends in Guthrie, and it is with these and the doctor's legion of friends that the Leader joins in congratulations and wishes for continued joy and prosperity. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 14, 1896 Mr. Joe M. Rhodes and Mrs Ella R Hueston, both of this city, were united in marriage at the Congregational parsonage at 8 o'clock last evening, Rev C. N. Queen performing the ceremony. The groom is one of Guthrie's most active and energetic business men, the bride a most estimable lady and the Leader joins with their many friends in extending congratulations and best wishes for a life of unalloyed happiness and prosperity. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 21, 1896 A happy wedding occurred Sunday evening, Mr. E D Perkins and Miss Ollie Row being united in the bonds of matrimony at the Roe home on Noble Avenue in the presence of a select party of friends, Rev J D M Buckner performing the ceremony. After the congratulations a fine wedding supper was served and the evening passed very pleasantly. Both bride and groom have scores of friends who extended congratulations and best wishes. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 23, 1896 Frank Mayette, a clerk at the Welcome grocery, and Miss Ora Buckley were married last evening at the Christian parsonage by Rev W. A. Humphrey. Both are well known young people with hosts of friends who extend congratulations and best wishes. The Guthrie Daily Leader
Submitted by:
Bob Chada
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July 31, 1896 Henry P King Jr and Miss Lula Gibson, both of Mulhall, were married yesterday by Judge Lawrence The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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May 13, 1899, page 4 Huffine-Hicklin. Popular young people wed. Will reside in Fallis.

Yesterday afternoon at the Home of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Riling, corner of third and Spring, a pretty wedding ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr. Humphrey, uniting in the holy bonds of wedlock Miss Blanche Hicklin and Mr. J. H. Huffine.

Miss. Hicklin has taught school at Fallis for several terms, she is a handsome and accomplished young lady, the sister of Mrs. Jas. Riling.

Mr. Huffine has resided at Fallis for several years, and is a prosperous farmer with a hostof friends. Mr. and Mrs. Huffine will reside at Fallis.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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May 23, 1899 Fred Meeks and Sadie Spenny: Wedded In the Ring of Wild West Show at Perry - Fred Meeks and Sadie Spenny were married Saturday night in the tent of the Wild West show, and the wedding was really romantic.
Judge E. W. Jones performed the ceremony in the presence of 1,000 people. The bride and groom were on horseback, together with a dozen attendants.
The bridal party cane galloping into the tent and when the in the center of the circus ring the party halted and Meeks and Sadie were made husband and wife.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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May 25, 1899 Moses Kauffman and Miss Sadie Friedlander
Daughter of Henry Friedlander, a former resident of Guthrie, will be married in August. The couple will go to Europe to live.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 1, 1899 Minnie Gellette vs. Mortimer Gillette, for divorce. They were married in Albuquerque, N. M., December 1888, and have two children, aged 8 and 5 years. The plaintiff sues on statutory grounds. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 2, 1899 MARRIED YESTERDAY.
A Pretty Home Wedding - Marion Mason and Ethel Dougherty Made One.
At 2:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon, at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Dougherty, corner of Noble and Second, Rev. Marsh united in marriage Mr. Marion Mason and Miss Ethel Dougherty.
Mr. Mason is a railroad conductor, with headquarters at Arkansas City, there the couple will reside. Miss Dougherty is a handsome and accomplished young lady, and has resided in Guthrie for several years. She has a host of friends, who will her a long and uninterrupted happy life. The wedding was a quiet home affair, only a few friends outside of the family being present.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 2, 1899 Wedding Bells.
Dr. Samuel F. Campbell, of Crescent City, and Miss Stella M., the accomplished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rexford, were united in marriage at the home of the bride, in this city, Wednesday evening, by Rev. W. C. Miles, in the presence of quite a number of friends and invited guests.
The bride was costumed in an elegant white india linen trousseau and flowers of Cape Jassemine, while the groom wore the conventional black. The bridesmaids were Miss Bessie Rexford, sister of the bride, and Miss Maud Campbell, the sister of the groom, each of whom wore costumes of mussolini de soie and pansies.
The groomsmen were George Campbell, brother of the groom, and Herbert Rexford, brother of the bride. The ceremony was after the ritual of the Presbyterian Church,and was beautiful and impressive.
After the ceremony the guests sat down to a most elaborate and tastefully prepared table of refreshments. Dr. Campbell is a graduate of the Kansas City medical college, while his bride is a graduate of the Guthrie high school, and a most estimable and popular young lady.
The happy couple will be at home to their friends in Crescent City after July 1.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 3, 1899 Mr. M. I. Leroy Neher and Miss Lottie B. Black were married at the home of the bride on First street, Wednesday of this week; Rev. R. E. McBride officiating, using the impressive ritual service of the Methodist Episcopal church. Prof. Newman presided at the organ and played the wedding march. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 5, 1899 STUMPFF-ARNOLD A Home Wedding - Two Well Known Guthrie Young People Married. Last night at 8 o'clock Probate Judge Foster united in marriage at the home of Mr. I. B. Arnold, Mr. Jas. H. Stumpff, Jr., and Miss Mary A Arnold. The young couple have resided in Guthrie since '89 and are well known. They are popular in society and have a host of friends. Miss Arnold has filled the position of stenographer for the Hagan real estate and loan company until recently.

Mr. Stumpff is a member of the Stumpff Merchantile Co. Mr. and Mrs. Stumpff, Jr., will go to housekeeping as soon as a suitable residence is found. The Leader, with the others, tender congratulations to the young couple.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 6, 1899 CAMPBELL-MILLER. Marriage Tomorrow of Miss Hattie Campbell and Edwin Miller, of Newton. At high noon tomorrow, at the residence of Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Campbell, 414 North Broad, Miss Hattie May, the eldest daughter of Prof. Campbell will be united in marriage to Mr. Edwin T. Miller, of Newton. Rev. A. B Nichols, officiating. Only members of the family will be present. The couple will take the afternoon train for Newton, where they will make their future home. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 6, 1899 MARRIED AT CHICAGO. Dr. W. T. Kimberly and Mildred Felton, the Contracting Parties.

A special to the Leader today from Chicago says that Dt. W. T. Kimberly, aged 49, and Mrs. Millie Felton, aged 22, both of Guthrie, were licensed to wed there today. Dr. Kimberly with his were and children have resided here for several years. October 8, 1898, Dr. Kimberly was granted a divorce and the custody of their three children, whose ages are three, five and seven years. Mrs. Millie Felton was divorced from Monroe Felton in December, 1898. Mr. Felton has the city contract for street sprinkling.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 7, 1899 MARRIED TODAY.

Mr. Edwin T. Miller and Miss Hattie May Campbell. The wedding at high noon today at the residence of Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Campbell, of Mr. Edwin T. Miller and Miss Hattie May Campbell was a very quiet but pretty home affair. No cards were issued as it was intended that only the family should be present. The ceremony was performed by Rev. A. B. Nicholas. The floral decorations were beautiful and elaborated.

Miss Campbell is the eldest daughter of Prof. J. R. Campbell, a most amiable and accomplished young lady. Mr. Miller fills a responsible position in the office of the Santa Fe at Newton. He is a moral young man with brilliant future prospects. The young couple left after o'clock this afternoon for Newton where they will reside.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 12, 1899 District Court.

Saturday was divorce day in the district court and Judge Buford untied the following couples: Joseph Crump vs. Mary Crump; Minnie Brooks vs. Wm. Brooks; Martha Condon ve Fred E. Condon.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 13, 1899 AN EPIDEMIC. Judge Foster Kept Busy Making People, Young and Old Happy.

Yesterday probate judge Foster united in marriage two couples, one today and issued license to one couple. Is there an epidemic in Logan County? If so, Judge Foster has a remedy.

Yesterday afternoon he married C. E. Hartman, age 32, and Mary C. Ballman, age 31, both of Waterloo; and Amile Bencham, age 36, of Mulhall, and Bertha J. Wallace, age 18 of Orlando.

Waldo B. Rich, of Kansas City and Mary E. Howe, of Guthrie were licensed to wed.

This morning Judge Foster issued a license to Hiram Profitt, age 73, of Colmich, Kansas, and Matilda Morris, age 66, of Raymond, Kansas. The Judge accompanied the couple to the Cottage hotel and in the parlors united them in the holy bond of wedlock.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 15, 1899 District Court. The following divorce case was filed with the district clerk yesterday: Emma Clark vs. George L. Clark. Plaintiff and defendant were married at Hennessey in August, 1891, and have one child, for the custody of which the plaintiff prays. Abandonment and failure to support are the grounds on which the suit is based. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 15, 1899 Probate Court. Judge Foster yesterday performed the official act which made Orran Karr and Ethel Grayson one. The groom is 21 and the bride 17. They live at Stroud. The Guthrie Daily Leader
Submitted by:
Bob Chada
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June 17, 1899 Yesterday evening Probate Judge Foster married Robert A. Long, of Standard, and Miss Lou E. Meeder of Acton. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 19, 1899 Elbert McMullen and Grace Bacon, prominent and respectable young people of Manchester, were married this week. The wedding was an entire surprise, neither relatives or friends knowing anything about it until notified by the bride and groom. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 19, 1899 The following divorce case was filed today with the clerk of the district court: Mary Lewis vs. John Lewis. They were married in Logan county in 1891. Abandonment is the ground cited. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 22, 1899 Whorton-Larsh

Miss Bertha G. Whorton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Whorton, and Walter E. Larsh, of Perry, were united in marriage at the home of the bride by the Rev. A. H. Stote, on the eening of the 20th. The bride's father is editor of the Noble county Sentinel.
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 27, 1899 Suit for divorce was filed inthe district court today by Asbury Burnett vs. Mary J. Burnett. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 29, 1899 Amy Hewes charged her recent spouse with the crime of desertion and asks the district court to release her from any future allegiances to the uncertain Perry Hewes. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 29, 1899 Yesterday Probate Judge Foster united in marriage Mr. Alonzo Ford and Miss. Minnie Dishman, both of Marshal. The judge also issued license to Adelbert D. Vaughn and Emma M. Prude, both of Meridian. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 30, 1899 Adelbert S. Vaughan, of Meridian, and Miss Emma M. Purde were married at the Methodist parsonage last Wednesday. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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May 1913 At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Burright, living nine miles southwest of Mulhall, on Sunday, May 18, 1913, at high noon, Mr. Milas A. Stewart of Redrock, Okla., and Miss Gailys Burright, were united in marriage.

Miss Burright is well and favorably known in and and about Mulhall. She received her education at the Logan county high school and is one of Logan county's teachers. Mr. Stewart is a bookkeeper and also runs a rural (mail) route out from Redrock. The young couple will go to housekeeping immediately in Redrock. The services were conducted by the writer -- L. J. Anthis.
unnamed Mulhall Newspaper
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Linda Stewart
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May 1913 Mr. Milis (sic should be Milas) Stewart and Miss Gailys Burright were married Sunday May 18th, 1913 at Mulhall, Oklahoma. Miss Burright is the daughter of Mr. O. U. Burright of Mulhall and Mr. Stewart is one of the rural mail carriers out of Red Rock.

The happy event took place at high noon at the home of the bride's parents at Mulhall, only parents and relatives attending. Rev. Leo J. Anthis of Guthrie, Okla, united them in the holy bonds of wedlock. The bride was dressed in a soft dainty white dress carrying a pretty bouquet of flowers and the groom was dressed in conventional black. The groom is well known here and is a highly esteemed young man of fine habits, while the bride is a stranger to us she leaves may friends at Mulhall who will miss her in church and social circles.

The bride and groom boarded the afternoon train for Red Rock and were met at the depot by a jolly crowd of young folks who showered them with rice. From the train they went to the home of Mrs. Florence Bryant, where with a number of friends they enjoyed an elaborate four course dinner.

Mr. and Mrs. Stewart will make their home in this City after June 1st, that they may enjoy a long and happy life is the wish of ye scribe.
The Red Rock Record
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Linda Stewart
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March 18, 1915 The first marriage license issued this week went to Abby W. Hardy, 22, of Ardmore, and Mercedese Ruth Baumle, 18, of Shawnee. Justice of the Peace Bulingame, performed the marriage service. The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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March 25, 1915 Judge John D. Chappelle today united in the holy bonds of wedlock, David LeRoy Keeler, 28, and Gertrude Margaret Oehmann, 22, both prominent young people of Lovell. A number of their friends came down from Lovell with the couple to witness the ceremony. The Judge tied the knot in his usual urbane and pleasing manner. The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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April 29, 1915 Judge Chappelle united in marriage Leo Hodge DeJarnette, 21, of Marshall, and J. May Williams, 20, of Lovell, yesterday afternoon in the county court room. A large number of young friends of the contracting parties were present at the wedding. Both are prominent in the north part of the county. The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 10, 1915 Judge John D. Chappelle of the county court, is fast becoming known as the "Marrying Judge." He performs more ceremonies than all of the ministers in the city combined. And moreover, he does it with both grace and dispatch. Yesterday evening after closing hours he was called upon twice to "splice the knot that binds forever." At 7 o'clock he united Charles Spaulding, 21, and Blanch Hall, 17, both of Pleasant Valley, and at 8 o'clock he was called upon to re-marry John J. C. A. Minner, 57 to Lucina Adell Minner,38, both of this city. The Minners were divorced several weeks ago.

A marriage license was also issued yesterday to Arthur F. Severin, 27, and Bertha B. Lindenmann, 25, both of Guthrie.
The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 15, 1915 A pretty, quiet home wedding occurred at the resident of Dr. C. D. Gulley, on West Cleveland, Wednesday afternoon. Col. C. R. Young of Guthrie was married to Mrs. Lou M. Scott, of San Francisco. Rev. A. B. Nicolas, rector of Trinity Episcopal church, and the Grand Army chaplain, officiated. Only the most intimate friends of the contracting parties were present. Col. Young is an old time Logan county citizen, an '89er, and is a past department commander of the Grand Army, very highly respected by the host of his acquaintances. Ms. Scott is an Ohio lady, but has lived in California many years. The late Judge Cassius M. Jennings, of the California supreme bench, was her brother. Her only son is a federal official on the pacific coast.

The wedding was followed in the evening by an informal reception at the home of Col. Young, on East Vilas, where more than a hundred of his Guthrie friends and Grand Army comrades called o him and his nearly wedded companion. Col. Young and his bride will be at home at the Young residence on East Vilas, after July15th.
The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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November 25, 1915 Jay J. Estes, the popular Mulhall druggist, has for years been adjudged a confirmed bachelor by every one except his best girl, Miss Mable Brown. All the men and most girls have accused him of all degrees of bachelorism from girlish timidity to chrome yellow. Out of pure sympathy for the young lady as these winter night winds began to howl and search the recesses of lonely bedrooms, this sympathy has been taking on tangible and practical forms, until in desperation the young men of Mulhall raised a pot of $50 to pay for a Thanksgiving banquet for all the marriageable young men and girls in Mulhall, giving Jay the alternative of calling them or footing the bill of the banquet himself. Jay played a begging game all last week but late Saturday night he and Miss Brown quietly stole away and were married early Sunday morning in Oklahoma City. The happy couple will reach Mulhall in time for the banquet, but the men have now raised another $50 which they are investing in dynamite bombs and other forms of ammunition, declaring that they will pull of a grand celebration every night for the next week after the couple returns home. The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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December 2, 1915 Charley Pressey, 22, Stillwater, to Iola Lott, 17, Stillwater.
Frank Austin, 21, Navina to Vonia Cook, 20, Guthrie.
Leslie Anderson, 18, Guthrie to Irene Thorn, 18, Guthrie.
D. L. Woodward, 24, Coyle to Josie Hiller, 18, Morse
The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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December 16, 1915 Evan E. Cornell, 23, Carrie E. Overton, 23, both of Guthrie.
Harry Hampton 17, and Stella Williams, 17, both of Guthrie.
The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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June 29, 1916 W. O. Rothe, 32, Lovell to Lottie B. Heep, Oklahoma City

J. W. Haris, 25, Oklahoma City to Grace M. Berry, Oklahoma City

Floyd M. Harr, Oklahoma City to Anna Ryser, 28 Oklahoma City

Will H. Ferguson, 27, Crescent to Lucile Adams Mulhall
The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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December 14, 1916 Herman J. Speiser and Miss Eva Michael were marred in Guthrie last Tuesday before staring on their visit to Caldwell, Kan. Judge Chappelle performed he ceremony. They returned home, Friday evening, and will establish a home of their own, having rented the house just south of where Will Grassman lives. Mr. Speiser is the electrician for the city and while he has been here but a few months he has made many friends and is rated as a splendid citizen. The bride grew from girlhood in our midst, and is a splendid young woman. We wish them well.


Ralph Bridal and Miss Alma Meltz were married at Enid, Wednesday afternoon by Rev. A. G. Smith. They surprised everybody but themselves as even the closet observers were not looking for their courtship to thus terminate so suddenly. But then they are a couple of our very nicest young people, both with scores of friends and we don't begrudge either of them a minute of the joy that is rightfully theirs.


Harry Stephenson and Miss Etta Orton were married at Enid a week ago Saturday and kept their marriage secret a week. Harry will return to the navy next week and of course will not leave his new bride behind. The best wishes of our people will follow them around the world if the United States battleship South Dakota should taken them that far.


Rolla Musgrove of Lawton and Miss Annie Green of Orlando were married at Perry, last week. They will make their home at Lawton where the groom has lived for several years. These young people are known to some of our readers, and we all wish them countless blessings.
The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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December 28, 1916 Forrest E. Warehime, 23, Stillwater, to Marie Dais, 20, Stillwater

E. K. Griggs, 22, Oklahoma City to Gladys Beilenberg, 18, Oklahoma City

Maurice Deming, 21, Guthrie to Olive Ramey, 27, Guthrie

Harry Hoffman, 42, Hayward, to Bettie Yeager, 36, Mulhall

Frank W. Overley, 35, Augusta Ks. To Fannie Burnett, 22, Augusta, Kan.

J. H. Craig, 40,Muskogee to Ethel Barker, 30, Charleston, W. Va.

James Dixon, 24, Orlando to Edith Hunt, 19, Orlando

Fred Fallin, 20, Mulhall to Leone Galloway 28, Mulhall

D. L. Kennedy, 24, Coyle to Delia Lesterman, 22, Coyle

Daniel Yenzer, 21, Crescent to Godda Richard, 19, Crescent

Paul Lamb, 23, Hennessey to Mary Elrod, 23, Lovell

W. L. Murphy, 28, Orlando to Mattie Wreath, 23, Arkansas City

Tom Triggs, 44, Meridian to Sallie Baugney, 21, Meridian

W. M. Hunt, 22, Guthrie to Martha Henderson, 19, Guthrie

L. A. Zachgo, 25, Crescent to Grace Pool, 27, Crescent

Aaron Christ, 21, Fallis to Ella Archer, 18, Meridian

John Allen 40, Guthrie to Florence Wyatt, 35, Guthrie

B. B. Bassett, 39, Guthrie to Thelma Reece, 31, Guthrie

Clifford Lee, 26 Meridian to Mary Bafney, 21, Meridian

Edward D. Crabb, 26, Arcadia to Alice A. Bonner, 28, Arcadia

C. A. Meeker, 27, Goodnight to Minnie Ballard, 26, Goodnight

Wm. A. Hubbard, 22, Guthrie to Maud F. Scovill, 24, Guthrie

Ora E. Hubbard, 20, Guthrie to Nell Scovilll, 20, Guthrie

Elmer D. Muelhausen, 21, Oklahoma City to Ruth Haxey, 18, Oklahoma City

Warren White, 50, Wynnewood, to Allie Norwood, 30, Wynnewood
The Oklahoma Leader
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Bob Chada
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February 8, 1918 License to wed was granted Joseph Caesar Simons, 23, Oklahoma City, and Lillian Franklin, 19, Guthrie, at Oklahoma City yesterday. The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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February 9, 1918 Deserted Man Wants Divorce
J. S. Holmes has filed suit for divorce from Lucile Holmes on grounds of desertion. The couple were married in 1914 and she quit him in 1916
The Guthrie Daily Leader
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Bob Chada
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July 27, 1927 This is an article about a shower.
Friday evening, there will be a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Miss Florence Smith, 623 E. Vilas-av. for Mrs. Otis Grimes, who, before her recent marriage was Miss Philomon Dorsey.
The Leader
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Tammie Chada
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July 20, 1939 Guy Park, 28, and Irene Hudson, 20, both of Guthrie The El Reno American
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Bob Chada
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April 2, 1944 Miss Kimmel will wed Harry C. Noel
Mrs. Lillie Ellis, of Mulhall Saturday announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Marie Kimmel to Harry C. Noel, son of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Noel, of Na?? Station, Potsmouth, O.

The wedding will be an event of Easter Sunday, April 9 in Long Beach, Calif.
Guthrie Leader
Submitted by:
Bob Chada


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